Features of Forming of a Manpower in Strategically Important Cities of the Far East of Russia (On the Example of Vladivostok)

Victor Alekseevich Osipov, Elena Viktorovna Krasova

Abstract


This article is devoted to features of forming a workforce in territories of social and economic development, strategically important for Russia. As an example of such territory, the port city of Vladivostok located in the south of the Far East Russia on the bank of the Sea of Japan was chosen. For Vladivostok forming of a workforce is the important problem leaving the mark on dynamics of economic development and nature of the social processes proceeding in the city. In article factors of forming a human capital and a workforce of the port of Vladivostok on an extent of all history of existence of the city are considered, historical stages of this process are allocated, the reasons and features of forming a workforce of the city at each stage are designated. In addition, authors analyze a current state of a staff of Vladivostok, namely: analyze dynamics of the demographic indicators, which are a part of a labor, their gender and age structure, and their forecast until 2020. At the end of article authors give the key findings of research, main from which reflects, on the one hand, transition, long-awaited for Russia, from negative demographic tendencies to positive (growth of population size), on the contrary, negative dynamics of able-bodied population because of regressive age structure of the population. Nevertheless, authors connect the future development of labor capacity of the city with the innovation strategy based on the implementation of large regional projects.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5s3p108


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